GIQ WNBA Preview — Chicago Sky at Atlanta Dream

by Frisco Del Rosario on October 31, 2014

Perhaps Chicago’s main hurdle is learning to win on the road. In 2008, the Sky were 4-13 away from UIC Pavilion, and so far 0-3 (also 0-3 ATS).

Atlanta lost their first home game Sunday to a New York team that was too hot shooting from the outside. Chicago’s 3-point percentage is an unreal 46.7, but in their last two on the road, shot 12-for-32.

The Dream have enjoyed huge rebounding margins at home: +18 and +15 in two wins. Chicago isn’t a very good rebounding team in spite of two 6-6 centers: their second-best rebounder is a guard.

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